Laurence Piper
Laurence Piper
Professor Laurence Piper, School of Business, Economics & IT at University West
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Xenophobia, criminality and violent entrepreneurship: violence against Somali shopkeepers in Delft South, Cape Town, South Africa
A Charman, L Piper
South African Review of Sociology 43 (3), 81-105, 2012
1412012
From local survivalism to foreign entrepreneurship: the transformation of the spaza sector in Delft, Cape Town
A Charman, L Petersen, L Piper
Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa 78 (1), 47-73, 2012
1142012
Citizenship and social movements: perspectives from the global South
EE Osaghae, A Favareto, R Mohanty, LE Piper, S Mahmud, L Waldman, ...
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010
1122010
Small area census approach to measure the township informal economy in South Africa
AJE Charman, LM Petersen, LE Piper, R Liedeman, T Legg
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 11 (1), 36-58, 2017
782017
Party politics, elite accountability and public participation: Ward committee politics in the Msunduzi Municipality
L Piper, R Deacon
Transformation: critical perspectives on Southern Africa 66 (1), 61-82, 2008
692008
Community development and engagement with local governance in South Africa
I Buccus, D Hemson, J Hicks, L Piper
Community Development Journal 43 (3), 297-311, 2008
672008
Public participation and local governance
I Buccus, D Hemson, J Hicks, L Piper
662007
Popular mobilisation, party dominance and participatory governance in South Africa
L Piper, L Nadvi
Zed Books, 2010
622010
Too dependent to participate: Ward committees and local democratisation in South Africa
L Piper, R Deacon
Local Government Studies 35 (4), 415-433, 2009
552009
Assessing'participatory governance'in local government: a case-study of two South African cities
K Barichievy, L Piper, B Parker
Politeia 24 (3), 370-393, 2005
512005
Why are foreign-run spaza shops more successful? The rapidly changing spaza sector in South Africa
R Liedeman, A Charman, L Piper, L Petersen
Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation, 2013
472013
Enforced informalisation: The case of liquor retailers in South Africa
AJE Charman, LM Petersen, L Piper
Development Southern Africa 30 (4-5), 580-595, 2013
452013
From exclusion to informal segregation: The limits to racial transformation at the University of Natal
K Durrheim, K Trotter, L Piper, D Manicom
Social Dynamics 30 (1), 141-169, 2004
352004
Mediated Citizenship
B Von Lieres, L Piper
Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
332014
Nationalism without a nation: the rise and fall of Zulu nationalism in South Africa’s transition to democracy, 1975–99
L Piper
Nations and Nationalism 8 (1), 73-94, 2002
322002
Religion and spirituality in South Africa: new perspectives
D Brown
University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2009
312009
Expert Advocacy for the Marginalised: How and Why Democratic Mediation Matters to Deepening Democracy in the Global South
L Piper, B Von Lieres
IDS Working Papers 2011 (364), 01-41, 2011
242011
The BRICS phenomenon: from regional economic leaders to global political players
L Piper
Published by: BRICS Initiative for Critical Agrarian Studies (BICAS), 2015
232015
Reconsidering the origins of protest in South Africa: Some lessons from Cape Town and Pietermaritzburg
N Nleya, L Thompson, C Tapscott, L Piper, M Esau
Africanus 41 (1), 14-29, 2011
222011
Partisan ward committees, elite accountability and community participation: the Msunduzi case
L Piper, R Deacon
Critical Dialogue 4 (1), 41-46, 2008
212008
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